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Author Bio
Dan Theurer is a Technical Evangelist for the Yahoo! Developer Network, where he spreads news about Yahoo! Web services, promotes API adoption and creates and supports developer communities. Before joining Yahoo!, Dan worked at eBay, evangelizing Web integration technologies.

Prior to that, he worked as a software consultant for LBBW, one of the five largest banks in Germany, where he led database and Web services projects developed primarily in Java. He also collaborated with the mobile database application development team at IBM's Silicon Valley Lab. Dan has a MS in Computer Science from the University of Applied Sciences in Esslingen, Germany.

For Web Development Zone | March 14, 2006
With all the great Web service APIs out there today, making mashups to extend public Web-based apps is a new passion for many developers. But cross-domain restrictions, built into all major browsers, are an aggravating foe. Learn to use a PHP proxy or JSON to eliminate your mashup frustrations.
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